Mainstream country music gets an unfair rap as being universally over-polished and formulaic, a notion that artists like Kacey Musgraves and Eric Church obliterate every time they strap on their guitars. But there's a granule of truth to the stereotype, and a particularly damagin ... More >>
Stag Nite, the weekly south-city shindig that pairs $1 Stag beers with $5 admission to catch some of St. Louis' finest bands, is moving yet again. See Also: Stag Nite offers weekly camaraderie in debauchery
For the fifth consecutive year, the good people at Psychopathic Records have smiled upon us and delivered unto the Internet another magical miracle in the form of their Gathering of the Juggalos informercial. For the unaware who may not be "down with the clown," The Gathering of the Juggalos is the ... More >>
Here again: every newly announced show for the week! On page one you'll find a quick list of shows that particularly caught our attention, followed by embedded YouTube videos; there, you can check out some of the artists you may not be familiar with. Page two contains our complete listing of new sho ... More >>
Then we check out a book about Edwardsville's legendary Mississippi River Festival.
Todd Snider's restless soul belies a heart of gold.
Broadway Oyster Bar, 736 South Broadway, St. Louis; 314-621-8811.
The naked truth about Missouri's backwater Sodom and Gomorrah
We have an intervention for An Angle, talk baseball and Moz with Joe Pernice, and learn some rock rules by which to live
A local bottler supplies the free booze, we supply the lushes -- er, tasting panel
Week of July 28, 2004
We struggle with that most serious of questions: Roth or Hagar?
Week of May 19, 2004
Week of May 12, 2004
Week of March 31, 2004
In which Radar Station meets some folks who kinda like Bob Dylan
Week of February 25, 2004
Key-ticklers at the Drake Bar and the Big Bang reinvigorate the old piano-bar concept
Week of July 17, 2002
A visit to either of the Black Thorn Pub's locations will top off a fun South Side evening
In Ted Demme's Blow, Johnny Depp summons an American snowstorm
Guitarist Dave Black is all over the city, every week
Rocket Park appear not to be suffering from The Effects of Eating Too Much Television
Ween's new album, White Pepper, left the band "burnt," but fans will find it delicious